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    worldlux.com

    I noticed that worldlux.com says they are an official Ball retailer. I'd like to know if any of you have done business with them before and could shed some light one them. The reasons i ask is that my nearest Ball AD is over 100 miles from where i am.

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    I bought a watch from worldlux a few months ago. They were friendly and professional and offered me a fair and reasonabale price. Free 2 day shipping too. .
    I have no connection with worldlux other than being a very satisfied customer.
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    I just purchased a rubber strap for my Hydrocarbon from them. It was not cheap but shipping was reasonable and it did not take much time for them even with it not being a stock item. I would recommend them as an option.
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    I Bought An Alpina From Them And They Were Easy To Work With And The Customer Service Was Excellent. Good Experience.
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    I just bought a fortis 24Hr PVD Le from worldlux and everything went with out a hitch they treated me very well and (Marsha ) C.R. Rep was very knowledgeable about the watch I was buying.Specks that aren't even in there site.Just waiting for my watch to arriive. So I would highly recommend them and I would definatelty buy from them again.Hope this helps some of you guys.Happy buying,Ram....
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    I bought a Fortis watch from them earlier this year. They had free shipping. I would definitely buy from them again.
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    I am curious about this thread and purchasing Ball Watches online. At one point in time, Ball Watch specifically stated that they do not sell their watches online, and one must go to and AD for purchase. Has this changed? And does Ball now allow ADs to sell them online, or is this vendor a grey dealer? If grey, does that violate any agreement with the NRC due to the tubes? Just wondering...

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    Quote Originally Posted by timefinder View Post
    I am curious about this thread and purchasing Ball Watches online. At one point in time, Ball Watch specifically stated that they do not sell their watches online, and one must go to and AD for purchase. Has this changed? And does Ball now allow ADs to sell them online, or is this vendor a grey dealer? If grey, does that violate any agreement with the NRC due to the tubes? Just wondering...
    I believe that you cannot purchase them online. You have to call or contact via email in order to get a price quote and purchase. You cannot order via an online shopping cart. That is what is against Balls policy IIRC
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    Re: worldlux.com

    Quote Originally Posted by timefinder View Post
    I am curious about this thread and purchasing Ball Watches online. At one point in time, Ball Watch specifically stated that they do not sell their watches online, and one must go to and AD for purchase. Has this changed? And does Ball now allow ADs to sell them online, or is this vendor a grey dealer? If grey, does that violate any agreement with the NRC due to the tubes? Just wondering...
    In addition to thier web business Worldlux is also a Brick and Mortar store inside the Fairmont Olympic hotel in Seattle. I was able to pop in a couple of years ago on a business trip and I can tell you they are a legit Ball AD.

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    Ball allows dealer to advertise and display their watches on AD's websites, however there are no online shopping carts or anyway to purchase a watch without visiting or calling a dealer.

    In regards to checking to see if a store is a dealer is to put their location onto the Ball watch dealer locator at ballwatchusa.com

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